Genre: Young adult, romance.
When opposites attract, can dreams come true?
Staying in New England for a few months is just what Sienna Randall needs after all the family problems she’s been dealing with at home in London. The last thing she’s expecting is romance, so it’s a total surprise when she ends up kissing a guy she meets on the flight.
Kyle Everett is Sienna’s complete opposite – he’s clean-cut and over-polished, she has piercings and pink dreads. But he can’t resist making out with her. He is, after all, Northbrooke High’s number one player. Except Sienna’s different from other girls. He’s definitely expecting to see her again – until they’re separated by irate airline officials before he can get her number.
Then fate throws them together once more, but when Sienna turns up in Kyle’s home room, neither admits to having met before. The chemistry between them is still there though – should they let it have free rein or should the attraction stay in their dreams?
Sweet and fun, this is a young adult romance about misunderstandings, insecurity, and being yourself.
Sienna, with her pink dreads and piercings, meets Kyle, an all-American clean-cut jock, on a plane where they make out… only to be physically separated by the air steward. When they find themselves at the same school, Sienna feels snubbed and Kyle conflicted, despite their growing attraction. And that’s before others start getting involved…
The story was one of those that kept a smile pasted on my face throughout. Yes, it’s light and fluffy, but the characters were witty and feisty and realistic, and we all need these types of stories in our lives sometimes. A sweet, uplifting read.